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Today's News

  • Water recycling system produces savings at local car wash

    Jazz Car Wash & Detailing’s new water reclamation system has reduced the company’s fresh-water waste by 50 gallons per car, the owners say.

    Keith Taylor and his wife, Lisa, who own the carwash on Santa Fe Drive, installed the water reclamation system on Jan. 29.The annual projected savings is more than 1.4 million gallons of water.

    The Taylors bought the business in 2007 when it was known as Scrubbs.

  • BMX racing track to be built on Foothills land

    A new world-class BMX racing track that supporters say is a shoo-in to secure a national championship event will be built by midsummer at the Foothills Park & Recreation District’s Schaefer Athletic Complex.

    The dirt track, a one-way, 1,100-foot-long “W” with large bumps and sharp, banked turns, will be the only one of its kind in the metro area, one certain to attract large bicycle-racing events that could fill hotels and boost the local economy, the Mile High BMX group says.

  • Photographers point lenses locally and globally

    Littleton’s annual Eye of the Camera contest drew photos from as near as Ketring Lake and as far as Azerbaijan.

  • Technology giving stalkers many new tools

    By Ted Mink

  • Campaign season is upon us

    As you have no doubt concluded from the many recent GOP presidential debates, it’s an election year. And it’s a watershed year for Colorado politics, in many ways.
    Jefferson County voters will be casting ballots in races that range from county commissioner to U.S. Congress. And nearly all the voters in our coverage areas find themselves electing U.S. House members and state legislators in redrawn districts that will be game-changers for candidates and voters alike.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    The Bachelor pre-empted

  • Mother of teen held in hammer attack says girl was bullied

    The Columbine High School student accused of striking two fellow students Feb. 13 with a hammer has been bullied for years and had warned a faculty member of her intentions on the morning of the incident, the girl’s mother told the Courier.

  • Investigation of Internet harassment apparently fell through cracks at Sheriff’s Office

    A harassment complaint related to a 13-year-old girl’s personal information being posted to a pornographic website last year was never pursued, inadvertently leaving the case open and uninvestigated since July.

    The open sheriff’s report was brought to the Courier’s attention by the girl’s mother, after her daughter was charged in connection with a Feb. 13 altercation at Columbine High School involving a hammer.

  • Three board seats up for election at West Metro Fire

    Three of the seven West Metro Fire Rescue board of director seats are up for election in May, and as of last week the district had received only a handful of self-nominations.

    Board president and District 4 director Pam Feely is running again for her seat, though incumbent Ted Waller is ineligible to run, as he no longer resides in District 7 following a redrawing of district boundaries that pushed Waller out by several blocks.

  • Sports briefs

    BOYS BASKETBALL
    Dakota Ridge nearly pulls off upset of top-seeded Chaparral
    PARKER
    — Host Chaparral got 18 points from Cory Calvert as the Wolverines rallied from a 12-point deficit to open the fourth quarter to topple upstart Dakota Ridge 60-58 on Feb. 24 in the second round of the 5A state tournament.
    Dakota Ridge (12-13), the eighth seed in the Ray Ball Region, upended Rocky Mountain 67-62 three days earlier in the first round. Then the Eagles built a 42-30 lead after three quarters against Chaparral.